The mentoring style favoured by the teachers at this stage recognises the importance of the students´ increased level of learning responsibility and the necessity of willing partnership. The mentoring relationship also reflects the importance we place on students being positive leaders and role models in the school and, as prefects, supporting the staff.
Teachers encourage open questions and try to stimulate these by introducing a variety of perspectives on life as a contrast to a Christian view. Students are encouraged to develop their own aspirations, convictions and sense of purpose and excitement.
Students are prepared for life in a rapidly changing 21st century. The curriculum, which includes challenges such as Work Experience and Cultural Exchange, reflects this.
Being "equipped to serve" God, their family, the church and the world is the emphasis of Upper School.